The Monaco Grand Prix
21 April 2023
The Monaco Grand Prix is the legendary grand prix par excellence. Every driver dreams of winning at least once the most difficult race of the Formula 1 World Championship.
Moreover, this extraordinary circuit is located in the heart of the Principality of Monaco, with complex turns with slow zones forcing drivers to show extreme concentration.
To be winners of the Monaco GP is a real achievement as the slightest mistake in this particularly complicated circuit would be fatal.
Discover and experience the extraordinary atmosphere of a Principality completely transformed into one of the most exclusive events in the world.
HISTORY OF THE CIRCUIT
Organized by the Automobile Club of Monaco, which also organizes the Monte-Carlo Rally, the Monaco GP is one of the three most prestigious races in the world. The Monaco circuit is considered to be the most difficult F1 circuit followed by the Suzuka circuit in Japan and the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium.
The route of the circuit was designed in 1929 and has hardly changed since the 1950s. 3.34km long the circuit make you travels through the Principality by sneaking between the historic places of the Monaco Grand Prix, the Sainte Dévote turn, the left-right of the Casino de Monte-Carlo, the turn of the Fairmont Monte-Carlo, the Chicane, the right turn of the Rascasse, booth tracking…
Number of laps: 78
Circuit length: 3.34 km
Running distance: 260.52 km
MONACO GRAND PRIX AWARDS
Discover some names and teams of the winners who scored this Monaco GP,
2022: Sergio Pérez (Red Bull)
2021: Max Verstappen (Red Bull-Honda)
2019, 2016, 2008: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2015, 2014, 2013: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001: Michael Schumacher (Ferrari, Benetton Ford)
Ayrton Senna holds the record for victories on this circuit in Formula 1. He won six times, five in a row. (1993, 1992, 1991, 1989, 1988, 1987)
Graham Hill earlier in the 1960s won the Monaco Grand Prix 5 times. (1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969)
ATTEND THE MONACO GP
To enjoy the Monaco Grand Prix event you can choose the solution that best suits you. So live your Grand Prix from a Yachts, the terraces of a Luxury Hotel, a Terraces of private buildings or from the Grandstands to be at the heart of the action.
Finally, it is an unforgettable moment to live at least once, with family, friends or enthusiasts. This year 2023, Monaco will again be transformed from 25 to 28 May for the F1 Grand Prix and 6 May for the E-Price.
This experience may make you want to live in the Principality of Monaco. Contact us.
MONACO GRAND PRIX DATES 2023
Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – 25/28 May 2023 (Find out more)
E-Price de Monaco – 06 May 2023 (Find out more)
Grand Prix Historique de Monaco – 10/12 May 2024 (Find out more)